Cultural Map

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Cultural Map by Mind Map: Cultural Map

1. Can your practices influence how you learn or support others in their learning in school?

2. Can you use your ideologies to influence how you learn or support others in their learning in school?

3. Can your ideologies affect how others treat you in school? Can your ideologies affect how you treat others in school?

4. Can your ideologies limit your perspective on learning or affect your perspective of others?

5. Can your identity limit your perspective on learning or affect your perspective of others?

6. Can you use your identity to influence how you learn or support others in their learning in school?

7. Can your identity affect how others treat you in school? Can your identity affect how you treat others in school?

8. Gender

8.1. LGBTQQ

8.1.1. Transitioning

8.2. Gender roles

8.2.1. Female

8.2.1.1. Feminism

8.2.2. Male

8.2.2.1. Masculinity

8.2.3. Gender gap

9. Idealologies

10. Practices

11. Identities

12. Meritocracy

12.1. Classification

12.2. Curriculum based achievements

12.3. Achievements based on identity

12.3.1. Social Class

12.3.2. Classification

13. Individualism

13.1. Learner centered curriculum

13.1.1. Individualized to student's needs

13.2. Group centered curriculum

13.2.1. Ethnicity

13.2.2. Gender

13.2.3. Classification

14. Cultural Deficit

14.1. Teacher expectations

14.2. School expectations

14.3. State expectations

15. Progress

15.1. High stakes testing environments

15.1.1. State Testing

15.1.2. Weekly/ Biweekly Testing

15.1.3. Curriculum Testing

15.2. Individualized testing environments

15.2.1. Whole class goals

15.2.2. Individualized progress mapping and goals

16. Development

16.1. Development per individual

16.1.1. Progress based on achievements

16.1.2. Progress based on accomplishing goals

16.2. Development per group

16.2.1. Classification

16.2.2. Ethnicity/ Demographics

16.2.3. Classes instead of whole school

17. Social Class

17.1. Working Class

17.1.1. Access to limited resources

17.1.2. Limited support from others at home

17.1.3. Banking ideology

17.2. Upper/ middle class

17.2.1. Access to a range of resources

17.2.2. Support from multiple people including tutors and extra help

17.2.3. Understands a plethora of knowledge based on access

18. Ethnicity/ Religion

18.1. Hidden curriculum

18.2. Acceptance of others

18.3. Background knowledge

18.4. Bringing ethnicity into topics of education

18.5. Socialization between ethnic groups

19. Classification

19.1. Gifted

19.1.1. Feeling superior

19.1.2. Acceptance towards all

19.1.3. Labeling

19.2. Special Education

19.2.1. Pulled out

19.2.2. Inclusion

19.2.3. Labeling

19.3. General Education

19.3.1. Challenging authority

19.3.2. Inclusivity

20. Can your practices affect how others treat you in school? Can your practices affect how you treat others in school?

21. Can your practices limit your perspective on learning or affect your perspective of others?

22. Nationalism

22.1. Pledge of Allegiance

22.2. National Anthem

22.3. American flags in classrooms

22.4. Learning about U.S. government

23. Ethonationalism

23.1. Building community through groups/ group work

23.2. Perspectives on history/ other curriculum

23.3. Language

24. Appearance

24.1. Dress codes

24.1.1. Uniforms

24.1.2. Cultural Dress

24.2. Head Wear

24.2.1. Hats

24.2.2. Cultural head pieces

24.2.2.1. Head scarves

25. Calendar/ Holidays

25.1. Days off from school

25.2. Creating a school calender for in school celebrations

25.3. Homework when the school is not off for some students who are celebrating a holiday

26. Curriculum

26.1. Reading choices

26.2. Cultural relevance to topics

26.2.1. Perspectives of topics learners

26.3. Field Trips

26.4. Hidden Curriculum

26.4.1. What students need to succeed

26.4.2. Understanding others and identities